What are the RHEL 6.4 installation pre-requisites
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Install 32‐bit Runtime Support with either of the following commands on RHEL:
yum install libstdc++.i686 pam.i686 pcre.i686 expat.i686 openldap.i686 libtool-ltdl.i686 compat-libstdc++-33.i686
Alternately install the package “compat-libraries”: yum groupinstall compat-libraries
Ensure that the dependencies are up to date RHEL:
yum update libstdc++
yum update pam
yum update pcre
yum update expat
yum update openldap
yum update libtool-ltdl
yum update compat-libstdc++-33
Resolve any necessary system dependencies:
Verify the Host Name Returns Properly:
Add the host name to the /etc/hosts file containing the IP address. To verify, run the following command: hostname -f
Note, the Change Guardian Server can be configured to run on a static IP Address rather than a host name.
Kernel SHMMAX Parameter to Enable PostgreSQL:
Change the kernel SHMMAX parameter, append the following information to the /etc/sysctl.conf file:
# for Sentinel Postgresql
Verify CG Server Ports Are Open:
iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport port_number -j ACCEPT
On RHEL: service iptables save
On SLES: iptables-save
Extract the Change Guardian server installation file:
tar -zxvf install_cgserver-184.108.40.206-xx.x86_64.tgz
Run the Change Guardian Server Install from where the distribution was unpacked:
Type the number for the language you want to use for the installation, and then press Enter.
Accept the license agreement.
Select a standard configuration for the core components  (see the user guide for custom configuration options):
Create a Sentinel admin password (NOTE: The admin, dbauser, and appuser accounts use this password.)
Select a standard configuration for the Change Guardian components  (see the user guide for custom configuration options):
Create a Change Guardian cgadmin user password.
Set up the default email destination.
SMTP Host – The full name, including domain name, of the email server from which you want to send email alerts.
SMTP Port – The remote SMTP port used to connect. The default is 25.
From – The return email address appearing on each email sent.
SMTP User Name – The user name to use when connecting to the SMTP server.
SMTP Password – The password corresponding with the entered SMTP user name.
Configure the Network Time Protocol (NTP).
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- Document ID:7012570
- Creation Date:06-JUN-13
- Modified Date:28-JUN-13
- NovellChange Guardian
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